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Discussion in 'Plants and Biodiversity Stumpers' started by Lila Pereszke, Feb 2, 2008.
13. Possibly Polygonatum sp?
WOW, congratulations!!! YES, the genus is OK, it's Polygonatum... (Species ID? :)
Hi Lila, Please tell me that 13. is Polygonatum verticillatum,because it is a favourite of ours! Luddite
15.Me again!How about Danae racemosa.
YEEESSS!!! It's a Polygonatum verticillatum... Congratulations again!!! (And again... and again... :)
...and again... :))) Yes, it's a Danae racemosa...
15/15 OK!!! Well done... everybody was GREAT at this "Red Berry Test" !!! :)
Lila, can I add an extra credit berry? I'd sure love to know what this one is! I'll even give clues: red berries, pinkish-purple flowers, grows wild in Palm Beach County, Florida.
THANKS saltcedar!!! :)